—- PLACE —>Genius Loci is the set of elements that characterize and identify a place.
·Contrast -> Relation of abstraction.
·Camouflage -> Relation of extreme integration and mimesis.
·Organicism -> relation of sensitivity towards the place.
·Contextualism -> Relation with the place is justifiable.
—-SPACE —> Architecture is the studied construction of spaces.
·Classic space -> the space is closed and compact due to the historical massive wall type architecture.
·Uniform space -> these are abstract, rational perceived spaces and they only exist if used.
·Contemporary space -> there’s a total and absolute confusion of the public space with the space of relation. The concept of the free section is born.
—-FUNCTION —> You have to ask yourself WHAT you have to build to satisfy a function.
·Mechanical Functionalism -> is focused on the perfect mechanical efficiency and not on a deliberate search for beauty.
·Organic functionalism -> Adapts itself to the living functions which must be carried out in the environment.
·Moralistic functionalism -> Utility exists for an end. Beauty and utility are so close that they become confused.
—-FORM —> The external configuration of things, figure.
·Rhythm -> Sequence of shapes in space.
·Axis -> Linear element that marks a direction and distributes the spaces or elements around it.
·Symmetry -> Regular arrangement of parts of a figure in relation to a plan.
·Hierarchy -> Relationship of an element over others based on an established approach.
·Module -> A unitary element used as a proportional unit and repeated on different scales.
·Grid -> Composition based on a grid of axes serving as a guide.
·Movement -> The irregularity of the forms and the variants of the order.
·Unit -> Nothing should be removed or added in these compositions.
·Centrality -> Organization of space around a center.
·Balancing -> Complementary relationship between the elements of a composition.
·Limit -> An edge of the composition where there is a change from the rest.
.Light -> correct and magnificent of forms assembled in the light.
·Contrast -> Opposition difference between elements to produce a dynamic effect on the composition.
·Color -> Chromatic manifestation of the elements to be used.
.Texture -> Surface finishing of the elements involved in the final perception of architecture.
·Proportion -> Harmonic relation according to certain geometric rules.
·Scale -> Relation between the size of the building and the size of the human.
—-MATERIALITY AND STRUCTURE —> Technology <-> Materials <-> Form.